I am a senior high school chemistry student in Australia. I want to do well in my exams so I can study chemistry at Uni. I wish to learn from this forum and I will also try and help out with your chemistry problems as well.
Just as I was reading on acids and bases, this question poped up.
Is liquid HNO3 Nitric acid a covalent substance or ionic substance?
I am confused because I learnt that pure HCl (gaseous) is a colavent substance whereas HCl (aqueous) is a solution containing H+ ions and Cl- ions.
Thank you for reading this post and I would appreciate any replies.